This fall, FX will premiere the eleventh season of Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story.”
Variety claims that FX chairman John Landgraf revealed the details during an executive Q&A session during the cable network’s virtual presentation on Tuesday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.
The announcement of the launch date is the first piece of Season 11 of “American Horror Story” news that fans have been clamouring for since Season 10, “American Horror Story: Double Feature,” concluded in October 2021.
That tenth season featured two distinct narratives, Red Tide and Death Valley.
There is a good chance that Murphy will announce the title, theme, and cast for the upcoming season in the near future despite the lack of a release date.
Other than “fall,” Landgraf did not specify a specific premiere date for Season 11 of “American Horror Story.” The second season of FX’s “AHS” spinoff anthology series American Horror Stories is currently streaming on Hulu.
Murphy and his producing partner Brad Falchuk are also working on a new season of “Feud,” a new season of “American Crime Story,” and two new spinoffs for FX: “American Sports Story” and “American Love Story” in addition to the original “American Horror Story” and “American Horror Stories.”
Murphy, who left his previous residence at 20th Television for the streaming service in 2018, is reaching the end of his current mega-deal with Netflix.